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Buck’s Stove and Range Sale la
j Continued For This Week Only
I - |
81 We have a few of the premiums left over from last ■
* week, and to clean them up, have decided to continue this E
Is special offer on stoves, ranges and heaters. Free with jj
U Z every Range or 'Circulating Heater, a Buck’s Junior
I range or 1,000 pounds of coal. Your old stove taken in as :
part payment. Balance on terms. Come in and let us *
show"'you a Real Quality Line. Cost but little more than
the cheaper makes, and will last twice as long.
Concord Furniture Co J
THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
JOHNSON’S PURE PORK
IT IS DELIVERED FRESH EVERY DAY TO if
YOUR GROCER ]l|
Price Only 20 Cents a Pound
I To Our Fair Week Visitors We Ex
tend a Most Hearty and Hos
;» C ! "’!/• ; ;
9 It is si'riterely libpdd ‘that the neighbors’'visit to Con- 1
8 cord will remain for a long time pleasant in their memo- ! .
Q To add to the town’s welcome we cordially invite you 1
8 to make yourself perfectly,at home at tlie REID MOTOR j
x COMPANY’S uptown office' when In town,' or at our booth !
O in the big tent when at the fair grounds. 1
8 Let Us Explain the Advantage of Farming With the
REID MOTOR CO.
CONCORD’S FORD DEALER <ji
Corbin and Church Streets Phone 220 !
| Florence Automatic Oil Cook
1 Less Oil—No Wicks
I Better Service
I Approved by Good Housekeeping
8 Sold Under a Guarantee .
8 York* & Wadsworth Co.
ft Union and Church Streets
Cc The Old Reliable Hardware Store
I Phone 30 Phone 30
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
the Concord postoffice is as follows:
130-41:00 P. M.
3G*-10:00 A. M.
34 4:l© P, M.
38— 8:30 P. M.
30—U :00 I*. It
30— 9:30 Aril.
45 3:30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M. "
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“Uncle" Jimmy Johnson, an aged
colored man of this city, brought to
our office today a sweet potato that
weighed four pounds and 4 ounces,
and was 15 inches long. It was.bus
Mrs. It. S. Scott has returned to
her home from the Concord Hospital
where she had an operation soijie time
ago. She, is reported as being in an
excellent condition and recovering rap
The Fannie E. S. Heck Circle of
the Ladies’ Aid Society of the First
Baptist Church will meet with Mrs.
It. B. Riggers on West Depot street
Thursday evening at 7 :30 o'eloek. All
members are asked to be present.
Criminal oases will be tried in Ca
barrus Superior Court here next week
and the following week civil eases
will be tried. Judge Henry P. Imne
will preside at the sessions of the
court beginning Monday morning. Oc
The rain which began falling here
about 7 :S0 o’clock Tuesday night con
tinued throughout the night, the fall
being the heaviest recorded here in
several months. It was reported in
the city this morning that the rain
was fairly general throughout the
Register of Deeds Elliott on Mon
day of this week turned over to Sher
iff Caldwell tax receipt books for this
year. Persons desiring to pay their
taxes can do so at any time now.
and Sheriff Caldwell urges every one
to make settlement as soon as pos
The director of the extension course
from X. C. C. W. will be in the city
Thursday and witl hold the opening
meeting in Central Srtmol Building.
All persons interested are asked to be
present at this time to enroll for the
course, which is open to residents of
Concord or of the county.
John Braswell, manager of the Mer
riecn Training School for colored
boys, located near Hamlet is a visi
tor in Concord this week. Mr. Bras
well visited the fair grounds Tues
day and expressed pleasure at the
size of the crowd and the excellency
of the program offered for the day.
The. condition of Miss Constance
Cline, who on Monday underwent an
operation at St. Peters Hospital in
Charlotte, continues to improve. . A
message this morning from the hos
■ pital states that Miss Cline is resting
| wet,'and 'her physicians are wel
: pleased with her progress.
Police officers this morning report
ed that so far as they knew behavior
at the fair grounds Tuesday was ex
cellent. Sheriff Caldwell had a num
ber of deputies on duty at the grounds
and they reported no disorders of any
kind. Be'liavior at fairs here always
has been excellent.
The last game of the world series
will be played this afternoon, weather
permitting. The Pirates won Mon
day and again yesterday, bringing
their total of games won to three.
The Washington- Senators also have
won three games and the final contest
is scheduled for Pittsburgh this af
ternoon. Waller Johnson will do the
pitching for Washington.
H. W. Blanks A. F. Hartsell and
R E. Ridenhonr Jr. representing the
Concord Rotary Club went to Salis
bury Tuesday and challenged the Sal
isbury club members to a rope pulling
contest at the big Hallowe'en party
to be held here on October 31st. The
challenge is expected to be accepted
by the Salisbury club at its next meet
Dewey and Marvin Mayberry, of
Elkin, tried here Monday on charges
of violating the prohibition law, were
found not guilty by a jury in record
er’s court. Another man charged
with violating the same law on two
counts was fined SSO in one case and
given a six-months suspended sentence
in the other. A man charged with
being intoxicated paid $lO and the
J. W. Denny and Harry Lee John
ston spent this morning in Salisbury,
where they went to invite a number
' of the older boys there to take part
in the Hallowe'en Celebration. Mr.
|, Blanks, A. F. Hartsell and R. E. Rid
\ enbour. Jr., a committee from the Ro
i tary Club, made a trip to Salisbury
I Tuesday to invite the Rotary Club of
I that city to take part in the rope pull
j ing contest on Hallowe’en.
.! Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Benson left
| Tuesday night for Oriental, N. C„
j where they will spend some time at
; the home of Mrs. Benson's father, G.
jW- Best. Mr. Best left here Monday
for his home, being joined in Golds
boro today by Mr. and Mrs. Benson.
Mr. Benson is rapidly recuperating
from a recent paralytic stroke and
, plans to spent several weeks in the
eastern part of the state recuperat
The Citizens Bank and Trust Com
pany, commissioner, has mold to C.
W. Abernethy for $4,188 land in
townships Nos. 1 and 10, according
to a deed filed at the court bouse,
Another deed records the sale of land
on Harris and James streets, this
, city, by H. A. Polk to G#o. 8. An
drews for $2,500 and still another
records the sale of property on Lacy
street by the Dublin Real Estate Co.
I to Archey Goodman.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
BUSINESS AND THE OUT<|f»OK
Philadelphia Record. " ,
Thf beginning.of October Is jfcrked
not only by -better sentiment,.flit by
substantial activities, which are noted
in many quarters. Dispatches "to The
New’York Times front 32 repteaentfl
tive cities scattered all over the coun
try, centaining interviews with execu
tive: icfficialß of local Chambers of
Commerce, point to a measurable de
gree of prosperity throughout the
United States during this fall and
winter. The drought in the .South
and West has affected only sfightly
the grain crops, while a record totton
crop Is in immediate prospeej. In*
dustrialljr, according to these reports,
the country in approaching new rec
ords. Factories on the Pacific acoast
are working overtime, and the lumber)
trade there, which has passed through
a dull period, is having to meet a i
| heavier domestic - demand. The au-!
tomobile factories in Detroit are!
maintaining high production figures.
Construction work and public improve
ments, totaling large amounts, are
underway : n the South and West, With
prcsnects that this ’ activity will con-!
tinue into the coming year.
Run’s Review supplements bhese |
optimistic views with its reports. The 1
insolvency returns reflect the strong- J
er commercial situation, with a small
er number of failures in September
than in any month' for a year, and
the smallest liabilitie- for two'years,
and various other statistics make
gratifying comparisons. Xot only is
September's total of 1405 defaults
nearly .'l7 per cent, below thi i years
maximum, reached in Januaryq, but it
is lens than the number for all mom Its
back, to September. 11)24, "when 1800
failures were reported. Moreover,
last month's indebtedness of about
$30,700,000 Is the smallest of all
months since September, 1928' a»;
which tifne the amount was $28,700.-
000. The .average petr failure this
year has been S7OOO below the average
for 1924. I
Not much change is noted in the
steel industry except, that
shipments of finished steel nt the
month just closed will prove to be
heavier than in any month since Jan
uary, exceeding August by 25 per
cent., according to preliminary esti
mates. Recent p : g iron advatjeaz aye’
I Our Watcher i|
Will help you to be on time
ift School or college. Prompt X*j
ness is a virtue much to be tje- jij
sired, especially in the student iji!
who would, the most out. of
his studies. We have then! in l i'
white and yellow gold. .. ‘[ j
S. W. Preslfcf* j |
CONCORD COTTON MARKET V
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. l»Sp
Cotton',:. Ah.: uLti-SKUo- i£l
Fotton Steed . .. .10 1-fi
*— ... -4
" ’ 1»K. THUS. M. ROW LETT S
IBuite 403 Cabarrus Savings Bankt*
.“Osteopathy treats nay illness forV
. which people consult a doctor.’* j
Phones: Office 914: Res. 167 §
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\ a woman,following-the? / ' \
,1 atest fashions, you will', / \
\ be keen on seeing this / . I
\ window parade of’shoe, / \
Al styles They*' express the [A ™ — 41
fj\ rharm of a new season in IT)
ail beautiful leathers; nrtater- 111 > » ; Ail
SI ials and trimmings. '■> V OJ
S £jfj Ten styles here and a hun- ftf jjjj
111 E j dred more inside. For a 15 • T" Gl
\V j l shoe style to delight your JJj
yj'' JJ heart-and excite your \ - ' rtf
T jf friends, we suggest com- "l
J fl ing here tomorrow. J
I ft $3.50 TO $8.95 ~ - jrfv I
Jl V\ jj
I / VI Ruth-Kesler \ 1
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4 / Shoe Store \ .dl
'• i j , S /—-■ -Sr - ag \ d 1 ."."- r'-~k ■- r >-■ .---S
l 1 ' 1,./ ! izr*ou3i3 ==*-
* • tzasv-sr -su , ’,Wv 1
holding? especially in the Chicago dis
trict. eln addittion to the t stiffen ing
i .of pig iron prices firmness in scrap
prices is likely to be followed later
ny higher quotations in semi-finished,
and finished steely
Except far brief-inteirnls, the trend
of cotton prices was downward dur
ing the week. Current prices are
about 2 1-2 to 3 1-2 cents lowe# than
those ol a year ago. The recent Re
cline is attributed mainly to the up
ward revision of crop reports. Aside
from mill buying the market had lit
tle support. In the vtool situation lit
tle change was noted during the past
week. The auction sales in London,
which were supposed to furnish an
idea of the price trend, failed in this
respect. As to domestic market con
ditions. opinions differ as to whether
I they favor the t buyer or the seller.
. Textile trading shows Improvement
■ generally. Activity in the silk indus
i try is the greatest ever known. Busi
-1 ness in leather is quiet and moderate.
The Chicago wheat market was ir
regular duriitg the week, with Sat
urday showing a new low on the cnop
ns a result of * considerable liquida
j t on. The failure of the market to'
j respond to previous heavy buyihg was
j somewhat disturbing to the bulls.
Corn followed the lead of wheat, with
\ lower prices also.
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
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I a “like new” finish to your I
floors, doors, furniture and I
I woodwork with O-Cedar
Polish. It’s no work—Just
I fun— to make everything J
N. glisten the O-Cedar way.y/
j And a littla goes hr. just try one J
hotde. Sold everywhere in various I
I «iza from 30c to $3. rr
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Office and Shove R»§>nf 89 E. <Vbin St. Office Phone 334 W
When a „«uwer promlw. to l»t
sou In on something It is tfepo to
He who laughs last laughs least
and he who laughs first usually has
a set ot gold teeth.
If yon want people to growl alt
you make a bone ot your UCad.
Since oysters came back nine mil
lion pieces ot shell have been mis
taken for pearisu T' V
You can have a good time being
foolish U you act sensibly about it.
Talk la cheap unless yon two doing
Bad luck is usually ciisee* for bad
task while good luck Is usually
taken for granted. .
(Copyright, IMS. NBA Service, lne.)
T - . V > ‘
. World Series
Play by Play
Through the Courtesy of
‘ l' •-
Tie Concord’ Telephone Co.
We have a Radio in our
to get the World Series Play
tvf <A \uv,v -: v
■Cali Around and .Enjoy the
' ■ ou. isfA.
7 Pearl Drug Co.
On the Square Phone 22
9 (ifSun ' IS , * !< est after* n
-1H One man’s diet is another ft
(r \yNBL jrfjffij Mo store can rightly tell a
Y you to,wear a 24-incli.bot- ft
\ —r~ I ' perhaps it's not your style
A “* r B—perhaps B—perhaps you wOukf
X L> = ' : M 1 ‘ A styie is one thing—but
g Y/"*'ft 1 what you need is the *
i V ‘ • main thing— at least that
! \ is how we run things’here ' '
Your body us worth more to youthan all the stock in
ithis storde—and when a body meets a body coming from X
Hoover’s he meets a well dressed man! *
| | Schloss Bros. Suits and Top Coats $25.00 to $45.00
7'. Schoble Pall Hats $5.00 up aS I
Berger Shirts'si.so up
Allen A. Underwear $1.60 up
8 "THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE” l
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f COAL I
Q The Right Coal For the Right Purpose 8
A. B. POUNDS
§ PHONE 244 OR 279
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Condensed Statement of
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
, Concord, Albemarle, Kannapolis, Mt. Pleasant.
jj y,- Close of Business September 28, 1926: , -1
* RESOURCES -A
--! Loaps and Discounts ——---- i, J „$-2,531,+1W2 1
J Bonds and" Securities —7,983.52 1
t Banking House, and Real ~ T - 197,874.73-8
! Other Reals Estate a.---.--* — . ~2,600.0|J > CT
j Furniture and Fixtures /7.918.15 M
Cash in vault and due banks 460,263.56 1
6*F ! Tstaljjltsui.——— $3,34.,1
;<* u s n " » V U I USABILITIES i:- I
Capital (Paid iri-lu.i—— $175,000 8
j r ,v -'.’B 3(Earned "i'-L - 225,000 $400,000.00* §
| Surplus . 50,000.00 i
Undivided Profits 47,479.82 I
j Reseyyed ,for interest*; faxes and depre- |
tiation -L.: r:„ T A l -. *• * 27,^4.36
Total —l-———^.l.-— — $3,347,957.38 |
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